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There is an increasing body of literature concerned with what has come to be known as Bi-modal, or Bi-modality, (personality) theory. This article contains a brief resume of Bi-modality Theory and its two behavior modes of Agonic and Hedonic. The development of a questionnaire to assess personal preference for operating within each modality is reported. The theory is brought to the reader's attention, and a direction in which the theory may be extended in the future is outlined. References are provided to guide those interested in further reading.
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Document Type: Research Article

Publication date: 1992-01-01

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